reply to post by asyourworldburned
Businesses can not even get dollars to pay for imported products. Since there is an exchange control the Bolivar is worthless in other countries.
There has been no investment in the infrastructure, the electrical grid is crumbling, the roads are full of holes,there are very few products produced
here, even the oil industry is not producing anywhere near the amount they should be.
Crime is out of control, the police are super corrupt and are unwilling to arrest known criminals.
Newspaper and tv shows that criticism the government and shut down or taken off air.
There is a lack of basic products in the shops, inflation is out of control, the murder rate is through the roof.
The poor are still poor and are in fact worse off due to the security problem. A few houses have been built for them but most are unfinished. A lot of
the consumer shops are empty because they can not get currency to buy products.
One good thing, is there is a plan to rescue the street dogs and cats, vaccinate them and put them up for adoption. However that has yet to
Chavez gave millions to Cuba, Bolivar and Nicaragua. He accumulated 3.4 billion dollars of personal wealth (hmm sounds like a man of the people)
Chavez changed the constitution so it was possible to serve more than 2 terms. The national assembly that passes the laws is full of Chavez/Maduro
supporters. They actually ambushed and assaulted the few that supported the opposition
Corruption is rife...
Man I could go on all night but I have to go out with my wife for a meal, it being Valentines day and all.
So can you tell me where this has been a good government, because I just don't see it.
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